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post #21 of Old 09-19-2011, 02:56 AM
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In market variety of brushes available everything is work as same level.
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post #22 of Old 10-21-2011, 07:10 AM
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Hi all,
My friend works with a cleaning company and she wears black skirt and light color t-shirt and shocks. Her dress is really very comfort and she also have different dress for winter season. She wears black jeans and full shirts and red cap.

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post #23 of Old 10-22-2011, 01:51 PM
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i use one of the new swiffer dusters as well. they work great. and i do use the pledge multi-surface cleaner at times. i'm not a HUGE fan of it. i don't like the way it works on glass. i would rather use plain furniture polish for wood, and plain windex for glass
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post #24 of Old 11-14-2011, 05:35 PM
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I just used swifter dusters for many purpose, i will never go with other stuff.
i have decided!
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post #25 of Old 11-17-2011, 05:08 PM
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I use a lot of swiffer projects. Yeah, they are expensive... kind of... having to buy re-fills and new pads for dusters and the spray mops. But everything by them is made easy, lightweight, and they don't cause any mess or anything you have to set-up before hand.
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post #26 of Old 11-20-2011, 06:30 AM
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I am using feather duster for dusting
it's easy to use and quite cheap rather than others.
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post #27 of Old 11-21-2011, 05:10 AM
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I use a microfiber cloth for my dusing . seems to catch everything. And personally, I love the MultiSurface commitment. Just hate no matter how small in size compared with normal cleaning products.
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post #28 of Old 11-29-2011, 05:02 AM
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The Swiffer is awesome!!! I actually bought it after having read this thread. It prooved to be everything you people said it would be!
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post #29 of Old 03-06-2012, 05:18 PM
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To dust those pesky corners of window panes, paintbrushes work well. In fact, paintbrushes are also good for cleaning out your entertainment center, PS3, dvd/blueray, vcr, etc...

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Anna, glad you liked it. The swiffer duster made for blinds works GREAT on a bunch of other surfaces too.
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I use swiffers and the OXO microfiber duster.

I run across homes where the duster just moves the dust around like it's being repelled instead of attracted.

The damp rag works but don't like using it on everything.

Anyone use the Pledge multisurface cleaner?
I hate dust so around my home I use a combo of a feather duster, the swiffer duster and vacuum. I also use pledge and just lightly spray the duster with it. I hope this helps!
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Always Swiffers, you only have dust dust once.
Swiffers work great!

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I am also using the same cleaner for the dusting they are best cleaner.
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I am also using the same cleaner for the dusting they are best cleaner.
In my opinion, vacuum cleaners are best option for us to clean any furniture items. These types of machines are the most beneficial tools for cleaning purpose, and also we have lots of different kinds of cleaning machines with many different functions.
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I use the green microfiber "mitt". Picks up dust and actually holds it. Some dusters simply moves around dust.

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I use-
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Cleaning Solutions like Murphy’s oil soap, Glass shelves – glass cleaner, metal shelves – lemon juice.
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The ultimate duster...period....

A microfiber cloth slightly damp
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It builds up continually. We have to dust dead skin cells, pet dander, hair, dust mites, and more off of our surfaces, as well as cobwebs from the corners and ceilings.
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I generally prefer to use pledge and microfiber cloth- now to make it more timely sometimes I use a swifter duster and it captures the dust and doesn't kick them up too much.

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We use microfiber for dusting and wiping most of the surfaces. They trap dust really well and don't move it around. We have swiffers for dusting tops of the fans and other items that require a light touch.

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